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The Chieftains - Further Down the Old Plank Road (2003)

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The Chieftains - Further Down the Old Plank Road (2003)

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1. Chieftains /w Nickel Creek - The Raggle Taggle Gypsy - 3:09
2. Chieftains /w John Hiatt - Jordan Is A Hard Road To Travel - 3:29
3. Chieftains /w Allison Moorer - Hick's Farewell - 4:27
4. Chieftains /w Tim OBrien - Shady Grove - 2:18
5. Chieftains /w John Prine - The Girl I Left Behind - 3:13
6. Chieftains /w Jerry Douglas - Rosc Catha Na Mumhain/Arkansas Traveller/The Wild Irishman - 4:19
7. Chieftains /w Emmylou Harris - Lambs In The Greenfield - 3:19
8. Chieftains /w Joe Ely - The Moonshiner/I'm A Rambler - 3:13
9. Chieftains /w Don Williams - Wild Mountain Thyme - 3:55
10. Chieftains /w Chet Atkins - Chief O'Neill's Hornpipe - 1:55
11. Chieftains /w Carlene Carter - Bandit Of Love/The Cheatin' Waltz - 3:13
12. Chieftains /w Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - The Squid Jiggin' Ground/Larry O'Gaff - 3:15
13. Chieftains /w Patty Loveless - Three Little Babes - 4:09
14. Chieftains /w Doc Watson - Fisherman's Hornpipe/The Devil's Dream - 2:10
15. Chieftains /w Ricky Skaggs - Talk About Suffering/Main Of The House - 4:34
16. Chieftains /w Rosanne Cash - The Lily Of The West - 4:21

Chet Atkins - Guitar
Barry Bales - Bass (Upright)
Derek Bell - Harp, Keyboards, Tiompan
Kevin Bents - Piano
Paul Brewster - Vocals (Background)
Mike Bub - Bass (Upright)
Steve Buckingham 	Associate Producer
Barry Carroll - Harp
Rosanne Cash - Vocals
T. Michael Coleman - Bass
Kevin Conneff - Bodhran, Vocals
Margaret Dorn - Vocals (Background)
Jerry Douglas - Guitar (Resonator)
Stuart Duncan - Fiddle
Jeff Ely - Vocals
Jimmie Fadden - Drums, Harmonica
Béla Fleck - Banjo
Shannon Forrest - Drums
Adam Frehm - Guitar (Resonator)
Carol Lee Goodgold - Vocals (Background)
Mike Gordon - Bass, Bass (Acoustic)
Jeff Hanna - Guitar, Vocals
Emmylou Harris - Vocals
John Hiatt - Guitar, Vocals
Byron House - Bass (Upright)
David Hungate - Bass
Jimmy Ibbotson - Guitar
Hank "Bones" Kahn - Trombone
Seán Keane - Fiddle
Randy Kohrs - Guitar (Resonator)
Frankie Lane - Guitar (Resonator)
Caroline LaVelle - Cello
John Leventhal 	- Guitar (Acoustic)
Patty Loveless - Vocals
Deborah Lyons 	- Vocals (Background)
Kenny Malone - Drums
Triona Marshall - Harp
Edgar Meyer - Bass
Matt Molloy - Flute
Paddy Moloney - Tin Whistle, Uillean Pipes
Allison Moorer - Vocals
Tim O'Brien - Mandolin, Vocals
Máirtín O'Connor - Accordion
Tom Partington - Drums
John Prine - Vocals
Matt Rollings - Piano
Sharon Shannon - Accordion
Ricky Skaggs - Vocals
Bryan Sutton - Banjo, Hi String Guitar (Acoustic), Mandolin
Jeffrey Taylor - Accordion
Chris Thile - Mandolin, Vocals
Teddy Thompson - Vocals (Background)
Pete Wasner - Keyboards
Sara Watkins - Fiddle, Vocals
Sean Watkins - Guitar (Acoustic)
Doc Watson - Guitar
Merle Watson - Guitar (Rhythm)
Jeff White - Guitar (Acoustic), Mandolin, Vocals
Don Williams - Guitar, Vocals
Glenn Worf - Bass (Upright)


In 2002, the legendary and insanely prolific Irish ensemble the Chieftains released Down the Old Plank Road: The Nashville Sessions. Utilizing American icons like Ricky Skaggs, Del McCoury, and Lyle Lovett alongside the blossoming Gillian Welch and David Rawlings, their interpretations of traditional Irish and Appalachian staples yielded a surprisingly lucid bounty. Not surprisingly, the sessions also yielded another record. Further Down the Old Plank Road: The Nashville Sessions follows the same thread on the neo-traditional loom, pitting the Celtic heroes against such heavyweights as Doc Watson, John Prine, and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, while incorporating younger artists like Nickel Creek. the Chieftains, possibly the tightest veteran band still performing, have made a career out of effortless creativity and sheer enthusiasm, especially for projects like this one. On the gorgeous "Chief O'Neil's Hornpipe," Paddy Maloney's bittersweet piping effortlessly segues into Chet Atkins' understated picking. It's like listening to a couple of old friends sharing a beer on a Sunday evening. Emmylou Harris croons "Lambs in the Greenfield" that'll leave a lump in your throat, and Tim O'Brien tears through a version of "Shady Grove," fueled by the ancestral flames of its birth. Only the forced soul of Allison Moorer's "Hick's Farewell" and Don Williams' generic rendering of the classic ballad "Wild Mountain Thyme" keep Further Down the Old Plank Road from being a major achievement. --- James Christopher Monger, Rovi

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